It turns out Flv[dot]com FLV Downloader is an ad-supported video download tool. The plus is that some PC/Windows newbies ran into trouble when tried to remove the afore-mentioned (basic version of the) app from their computers. If it's your case (can't remove FLV Player), make the best of this how-to guide and re-manage your installed programs like a pro.
FLV Player is not a standalone application, it is actually part of both FLV Downloader and FLV Converter.
Editor's explanation: To view saved/downloaded video file, you may open FLV Downloader, go to the Play tab and locate the video(s) where you kept. You'd be good to go.
To manually uninstall Flv.com FLV Downloader, try the below steps:
1. Check out the Documents folder as the Downloader saved the vids you downloaded in that location.
2. Hit the Close button to exit the app properly.
3. Type Con in Cortana and choose Control Panel instead.
4. Go to "Uninstall a program" when it comes to Windows application standard removal routine.
5. Press the Enter key when you locate the FLV's app in the programs list.
6. Apply the Yes option when you see the below UAC alert pop up.
7. Hit the Next > button when the default uninstall wizard shows up.
8. Now, click on the Uninstall button when you face the following 2nd window.
9. Exit the default uninstaller when it get its job done.
10. Try detecting and clearing FLV or GreenTree related remains yourself, later.